100 block of Thompson Street. Firefighters received the call at about 4:50 p.m. The first unit arrived on scene within four minutes and found heavy smoke and flames coming from the structure’s front windows and eaves. Firefighters managed to bring the blaze under control within nine minutes.
Another Lake Bistineau property owner, who had purchased a Shreveport nursery, donated a pair of greenhouses, each measuring 30x80 feet. Camp said some dirt work would be necessary to set the pair, but a local construction company is donating heavy equipment and operators to get the job done.
Library branches include the Central Library, 2206 Beckett St., Bossier City; Henry L. Aulds Memorial Library, 3950 Wayne Ave., Bossier City; Benton branch, 115 Courthouse Drive; East 80 branch, 1050 Bellevue Road, Haughton; Dorothy Elston Alford Memorial, 116 W.
Reserve police officers are members of the community who are trained as certified law enforcement officers in accordance with state requirements and supplement the full-time Bossier City police officers in a variety of duties.
In addition to officers, police jury members approved three administrators to new terms. Bill Altimus was reappointed parish administrator for a one-year term while Rachel Hauser was named parish secretary for another two years, and Sheryl Thomas was voted another two-year term as parish treasurer.
Gates open at 5 p.m. Admission is $8; children under 6 will be admitted free. Each Bossier Parish school will play briefly to open the season. Bands, dance lines and cheerleaders will also be featured and Jamboree Queens presented..